Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Santa Clara County Public Health Department is the lead agency responding to novel coronavirus (COVID-19) in our County and will always provide the most current information and recommendations. Older adults and people who have serious chronic medical conditions (heart disease, diabetes, lung disease, etc.) are at a higher risk of getting very sick and should take extra precautions.
Santa Clara County Updates
On March 24, Santa Clara County moved to the Orange Tier of the State’s Blueprint for a Safer Economy. While we wait for enough people to receive their vaccines, we all need to work together to keep our risk of COVID-19 low in the meantime. Wear a mask, keep your distance, and get vaccinated when it’s your turn.
City Hall Operations
As a result of these extraordinary conditions, the following updates have been made to City of Saratoga services:
- City services, including planning and building, are available virtually. Appointments are encouraged for in person visits.
- Parks, streets, maintenance, and code compliance requests can be submitted to www.saratoga.ca.us/fixit.
- The Saratoga Senior Center is closed, but they continue to serve seniors.
- If you suspect a tree is being illegally removed, call the Sheriff’s Office at 408.299.3233.
- Fallen trees, landslides, and flooding on roads and public property can be reported to County Communications at 408.299.2507.
- Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Office and Fire Department services continue. In the event of an emergency or if you need immediate assistance, call 9-1-1.
- Information on County services, including libraries and Vector Control, can be found on the County of Santa Clara website.
City Contact Information
Community Development Department
The Community Development Department is working to meet the needs of residents while with Public Health orders. To continue providing services, we are implementing temporary measures to prioritize the health and safety of residents, contractors, and City staff. Learn more about the Planning Division, Building Division, and construction activities.
City Council and Commission Meetings
City Council and Commission meetings will be evaluated on an ongoing basis. When meetings are held, they will be held virtually to provide the safest environment for the public, elected officials, and staff while allowing for continued operation of the government and public participation during the COVID‐19 pandemic.
All Council/Commission members and City staff will participate through Zoom. Members of the public can speak on items they are interested in by joining the meeting using the Zoom website or app, or by calling in. The public can watch the meeting through Zoom, on KSAR Channel 15, or on the City’s website. Detailed participation instructions for each meeting will be available on the meeting agendas. Before meetings, the public can also submit comments to the City Council or submit comments to Commissions/Committees.
Last Updated: March 27, 2021